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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Tucson reviews

  • Another pleasant stay!

    "We just got back from our three week stay in Tucson at Casa Indigo. It is so nice to be able to get outside of town and enjoy the quiet of the Desert and yet be so close. The house is nice and comfortable with plenty of room for the whole family. The kitchen is well stocked as are the sheets and towels. We really enjoyed our stay and hope to be back next year."
    Guest: David M. Date of Stay: January 2016 Review Submitted: March 4, 2016
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  • Fantastic stay in an straight-out-of-a-magazine mid century architectural gem

    "We had a wonderful stay with our family of 6 (4 adults / 2 kids 7 & 11). The vibe of the house was excellent - we loved the architecture, floor to ceiling windows, spacious rooms, and great views. We were fortunate to have perfect Tucson hot weather - a nice relief from the East Coast chill. The deck was nice to spend time out on, and the pool area was perfect for us - nice chairs and umbrellas under a cloudless sky. And pool time was great - we went in several times per day with the pool heated. Plenty of pool toys and lots and lots of towels which let us avoid having to constantly do laundry. The mid-century decor was perfect down to the details - Eames chairs and a great double-sized built in sofa in a living room with plenty of room for all of us to hang out. We loved the aesthetic of the desert landscaping and our kids got a kick out of seeing a few lizards scurrying around. The Foothills area where the house is located is a beautiful area not too far from everywhere. First time back in Tucson since college in the 90s, and the town has really grown and developed significantly. Excellent food shopping nearby down the road from the house at Bashas, and nice spa luxuriating at the Spa at Lowe's Ventana Canyon. Loved brunch at Prep & Pastry (hip & tasty). Downtown has grown in a major way - we enjoyed grilled cheese on an inside out donut with local beers and craft whiskey at Batch, yummy Poke and creative sushi at Obon, and a fun visit to the legendary Hotel Congress. Real deal Mexican Food at BK, and an enjoyable breezy night game of UofA Softball on campus. And oh yeah: In-N-Out Burger - because Double Double [Protein Style] (undeniable). Nice treats in the fridge upon arrival, and small house requests were easily and quickly fulfilled by Anne. We'd be happy to come back again!"
    Guest: van b. Date of Stay: April 2016 Review Submitted: May 8, 2016
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  • Perfect for Older Kids and Nature Lovers!

    "This was "home base" for my 12-year-old and I for 7 nights in June. The location is wonderful, with grocery stores & restaurants 10 minutes away. Even better, there is nothing between Saguaro Park West and the home, allowing us to encounter wildlife we would not have seen otherwise. The gated neighborhood is very quiet, private, and secure, so I was comfortable leaving my son alone in the house while I hiked. For my son, the (incredibly clean) pool was his favorite part, it has deep section for diving. The pool table was a hit, too. Ron set us up with hundreds of digital movies, as well as Netflix access and more, so my son was never "bored." The internet in the home is very fast, reliable, and reaches well out into the yard and pool area. As for me, in the yard and immediate area I was able to see a family of javelina (with babies!), a kit fox, a coyote, and a pair of mule deer. A few hours after we left, Ron even sent us a photo of a bobcat he spotted right outside the house! There are resident Gambel's Quail, hummingbirds at the feeder, and every dusk a Common Poorwill gets a "fly-by" drink from the pool. You can park along the road leading to the home for a quick hike into the hills and washes. There are nice geological samples there, with an amazing variety. As some reviews have mentioned, the house is not perfect. It is not new construction, some of the furnishings and appliances are not brand new. However, at least when we stayed, the cost was the same per night as a single room at the Westin downtown - for a huge house with a quiet yard and a private pool, and the option to cook your own food. So while the fridge was missing some shelves and drawers, it kept our food and drinks cold. While the starters on the stove clicked the entire time you used the burners, it always started and worked fine. The beds were very comfy, the water pressure was great, and the AC never failed us. Some things need repair, some furniture may need replaced in a few years, but this is a popular rental in a popular area, and I am sure some renters are not as careful or conscientious as they could be. If you want the quality of the Peninsula Hotel, but the size of a huge house, you will need to look elsewhere - and expect to pay a great deal more. If you are looking for privacy, space, and comfort in a perfect desert setting, where you can cook your own food and wash your own clothes - at a very fair price! - this is it. Ron will take very good care of you."
    Guest: Jennifer S. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 30, 2016
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  • A place of enchantment

    "Behind a gate in Tucson, lies an idyllic home filled with beautiful art and graced by gorgeous landscaping. Our family celebrated our son's college graduation together in this wonderful home: which is centrally located. We had every amenity imaginable: pool, hot tub, barbecue and fully stocked kitchen. The rooms are spacious and well-appointed, the house is clean and welcoming and the manager is friendly and helpful. Before we arrived, I asked the owner if there was a hairdryer in the home (in case I needed to pack one). He sent me back an email letting me know he'd ordered one for our stay. It was waiting when we arrived. It was very clear to us that the owners and managers are most accommodating and thoughtful. There are lots of great activities in Tucson. We rented bikes and rode up Mt. Lemon and along the bike trails close to the home. We explored downtown Tucson (great lunch at The Little One and dinner at Athens). The hiking is magnificent. On our last evening, we sat at the bar of Hacienda del Sol and enjoyed the jazz band and views of the mountains. But the best times were spent sitting outside on the patio, enjoying a glass of wine with family and watching the sunset over the cactus gardens. Such a great experience; we plan on returning."
    Guest: Michele R. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 19, 2016
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